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Cinevista moves court against Prasar Bharti

24-January-2001
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Cinevista moves court against Prasar Bharti

Cinevista Communications filed a writ petition in the Delhi High Court on Monday. The game show, which was initially scheduled to go on air on January 28, on Doordarshan’s National Network, had run into trouble even before its telecast. Prasar Bharti objected to the fact that there exists an element of gambling in the show. Consequently, they could not allow that t be shown on the national network.

Ever since Doordarshan had taken this decision, Cinevista official were in dialogue with the terrestrial broadcaster, but that did not make headway.

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